Categories: 2013, Cool Down, Singles, Spinning

Sure you might not know all the words, but there’s something catchy about this little tune by a 17-year old singer from Korea, Lee Hi. It’s called “One, Two, Three, Four” and her video currently has more than 6.5 million views on YouTube.

Is she the heir to Korea’s Psy whose “Gangnam Style” video has now topped over 1.7 BILLION views?

Whether her video becomes a viral sensation and her single cracks the charts on iTunes remains to be seen, but  it’s a catchy little tune with a nice groove for a warm up or cool down.

I love looking for new artists and sometimes playing songs that aren’t mainstream but that make people say, “Hey, what was the third song you played? That was awesome!”

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Posted on Oct 6, 2013

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Kim Nishida has been working in the fitness industry for more than two decades and is certified by the American Council on Exercise (ACE), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), Schwinn Spinning, Reebok Cycle, Powerstrike Kickboxing, Keiser Cycling and is formerly the Group Exercise Director at UC Berkeley.

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  1. For my part, it’s often classic rock or ’80s tunes that trigger those deep emotional cues and open the floodgates of memories.

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